You can find some info at http://status.net/wiki although I am not sure how up to date it all is. You can always try and speak to the developers on their freenode channel or contact them via Identi.ca @evan @zach and others
My point I made on anoth…
On the older versions you could do this easily by (as an example) making a folder with an index page inside it (splash page) and set in the htaccess to direct to it first. You could mess with the URL links on the older versions so once you had left …
You will need to build a plugin to add extra stuff, take a look at the blank plugin in the plugins file for some ideas and check out the wiki for details on how to build a plugin.
The google ads plugin has install details in the Readme if I remembe…
There are detailed posts somewhere on this forum about setting up the site map but that was for versions prior to 1.0
It's not a simple process I am afraid but if you search you will find the process, I am sure it works by setting crons.
Ok well for me things look good so I am unsure as to why this is happening on your install, I did pull another set of code from gitorious to see if any new commits have caused new problems but everything ran up fine (on my stack) so your problems ar…
I am afraid you would have to build a plugin for that, moving things around on statusnet is not very friendly. I suggest you check out the statusnet wiki for details on how to go about building a plugin although the information is very basic.
@dar2011 I checked your site, that's a bit weird, haven't seen that before on a fresh install. I wonder if you follow this: http://forum.status.net/discussion/comment/8815#Comment_8815
It might cure the problem. I got over the original problem by s…
$config['site']['private'] = false;
$config['site']['inviteonly'] = true;
$config['notice']['defaultscope'] = 1
a try on 1.0.x but those config settings seem to have no effect, any ideas or is it a no go?
This might help http://forum.status.net/discussion/comment/6226#Comment_6226
Most of your questions have been asked before so do a little search and you might find many answers, although I do understand the language barrier. :))
@Teuteuguy Sounds like you entering in incorrect database info, you are putting localhost in (the first option) as I have seen peeps putting the wrong thing there (assuming localhost is what you normally use for installs)
By the way there is a new …